Samsung’s latest Galaxy S6 ad encourages you to charge differently


Last updated: June 24th, 2015 at 20:47 UTC+01:00

Samsung highlights the wireless charging feature that’s built-in on the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge in a new advertisement for the handsets that it has released today. The company encourages viewers to “change the way you charge” by highlighting the trials and tribulations you’re likely to face with chargers when your device is running low on power.

We often go through something like this, fidgeting with charging cables while our mobile devices are barely running on fumes. It can also be a pain to set up chargers and have the cables sorted out nicely in cramped spaces, and you’re not absolved from the grind even if you have an iPhone 6, as Samsung subtly points out midway through the ad. Things are much easier when you have a Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 edge as both have wireless charging built-in, you simply need to place the handset on the wireless charger and be done with it. Since Samsung doesn’t bundle a wireless charger with the new handsets you will have to spend money once to get it but after that it’s a world without charging cables for you.

Phone Galaxy S6Galaxy S6 EdgeSamsungWireless Charging
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